Sound and Music's artist development programme, Embedded, has opened applications for three forthcoming residencies. The three places are for the University Of Oxford's anthropology and archaeology centre The Pitt Rivers Museum (with Oxford Contemporary Music), the Forestry Commission England, and for a composer with chamber orchestra the Manchester Camerata.
The residencies, which start in May 2012, are aimed at artists at an early stage in their career, and are not open to those in full time education. Links to the individual calls can be found here. Deadline for submissions 2 April.